LB Azeem Victor, Washington

6’1” – 240 lbs. – 4.72 Profile: Redshirted, then appeared in a special-teams capacity the following season before starting eleven of thirteen games as a sophomore. Broke his leg ten games into his junior year, then started only five of nine games played as a senior after being arrested for a DUI. Positives: Plays theContinue reading “LB Azeem Victor, Washington”

LB Oren Burks, Vanderbilt

6’3” – 233 lbs. – 4.59 Profile: Began his collegiate career as a safety. Started seven of eight games played there as a redshirt freshman, and all twelve games the following season. Transitioned to linebacker as a junior and spent the past two seasons starting there for the Commodores to conclude his collegiate career. HasContinue reading “LB Oren Burks, Vanderbilt”

LB Roquan Smith, Georgia

6’1” – 236 lbs. – 4.51 Profile: Rotated into the defense as a reserve during his true freshman season, then started ten of thirteen games as a sophomore in a productive campaign before enjoying an outstanding junior campaign (137-14.0-6.5) and declaring early for the draft. Played in the middle for the Bulldogs but could projectContinue reading “LB Roquan Smith, Georgia”

DE Olasunkanmi Adeniyi, Toledo

6’1” – 284 lbs. – 4.83 Profile: Redshirted, then played sparingly as a reserve the following season. Became a full-time starter on the edge as a sophomore, then enjoyed a highly productive junior campaign before declaring early for the draft. Positives: Thickly-built edge rusher who has experience as both a traditional defense end and aContinue reading “DE Olasunkanmi Adeniyi, Toledo”

DE Chad Thomas, Miami (FL)

6’5” – 281 lbs. – 4.92 Profile: Played sparingly as a reserve in his true freshman season, then started eight games the following year in a relatively unproductive campaign. Saw his production escalate in the two subsequent seasons, starting twenty-five games over that span to conclude his collegiate career. Positives: Really looks the part. TallContinue reading “DE Chad Thomas, Miami (FL)”

DL Kentavius Street, North Carolina St.

6’2” – 280 lbs. – 4.87 Profile: Rotated into the defense as a reserve during his freshman season, then started ten of thirteen games as a sophomore. Started every game over the past two seasons to conclude his collegiate career. Positives: Has experience playing both inside and outside, so may have the most value forContinue reading “DL Kentavius Street, North Carolina St.”

DT Harrison Phillips, Stanford

6’4” – 308 lbs. – 5.21 Profile: Played sparingly as a reserve in 2014, then injured his knee in the season opener and missed the subsequent season. Took over as a full-time starter the following year, and put together two highly productive seasons to conclude his career, declaring early for the draft after picking upContinue reading “DT Harrison Phillips, Stanford”

DT Folorunso Fatukasi, Connecticut

6’4” – 315 lbs. – 5.29 Misc: Redshirted, then started three of twelve games the following year as a rotational player. Became practically a full-time starter the following year, working with the first team in each of the final three seasons of his career. Positives: Big, thickly-built nose tackle who typically played left defensive tackleContinue reading “DT Folorunso Fatukasi, Connecticut”

DT Justin Jones, North Carolina St.

6’2” – 312 lbs. – 5.09 Profile: Rotated into the defense over ten games as a true freshman, then started three of thirteen games the following year. Became a full-time starting tackle in 2016, and reprised that role as a senior. Positives: Thick, well-built one-technique nose tackle who plays the game with aggression and physicality;Continue reading “DT Justin Jones, North Carolina St.”

DT Nathan Shepherd, Fort Hays St.

6’5” – 315 lbs. – 5.09 Profile: Originally attended Simon Fraser University as an undersized linebacker. Redshirted, then rotated into the defense over nine games. Transferred to Division II Fort Hays St. and spent the past three seasons there, enjoying three productive seasons to conclude his collegiate career. Positives: Plays the one-technique and sometimes evenContinue reading “DT Nathan Shepherd, Fort Hays St.”